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Finishing School: A Master Class for Knitters (2011)

by Deborah Newton

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Absolutely essential tips even for veteran knitters. On every page I learn something new that I cannot wait to try out on my next knitted piece. Thank you, Deborah Newton, Thank you!
  AlannaJane | May 31, 2012 |
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This book is dedicated to all my talented assistants, past and present. Those most gifted knitters, now beloved friends, have brought my designs to life.

And to Paul di Filippo, who inspires everything I do.
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As a designer, I create dozens of sweaters each year, and I have done this for two decades.
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"The word "finishing" fills many knitters, beginners and more experienced alike, with dread. Some even abandon projects at this stage, rather than complete the necessary steps to achieve beautiful, wearable garments. In Finishing School, master knitter and designer Deborah Newton, shares her expertise and love of (yes, love of) finishing with knitters of all skill levels. She takes them step by step through the ins and outs of blocking, seaming, edging and embellishments, giving knitting the confidence and skills needed to create professional-looking knitwear. In addition to in-depth instruction, the book includes patterns for 12 sweaters, jackets and scarves, many with variations"--… (more)

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